Vascular Anomalies Service
The Vascular Anomalies Service provides multidisciplinary advice and treatment for neonates and children with congenital vascular malformations and haemangiomas. Our services include:
- drug treatments
- laser therapy
- injection treatments.
Our team is made up of health professionals from a number of different specialties including:
- paediatric surgeons
- plastics Surgeons
- interventional radioloigists
- ear nose and throat specialists
- occupational therapists
- nursing staff
- social workers.
Vascular Anomalies Clinic
Level 3 (3b), Queensland Children’s Hospital, South Brisbane QLD 4101
Fortnightly on Fridays | 8am–12pm
(Attendance at this clinic is by appointment only)
Teleconference clinics are also available.
Who can access this service?
Referrals are accepted up to a child’s 16th birthday.
Existing patients with complex care needs
Referrals are accepted up to a child’s 18th birthday (patients are usually transitioned to adult services by this time).
This service is available to children living within the Queensland Children’s Hospital catchment area.
Do I need a referral?
You will need a formal referral to access this service.
How do I get a referral?
Referrals are accepted from:
- general practitioners
- medical staff from other hospitals.
Other referral information
Referrals are prioritised based on your child’s age and the severity of their condition. You will be notified of your appointment 4-6 weeks prior to the date. Please contact the Patient Call Centre to confirm or change appointments as spaces in each clinic are limited.
t: 1300 762 831
Information for health professionals
Named referrals must be completed for each child. Please address referrals to either Prof Roy Kimble or Dr Stuart Bade.
Post: PO Box 3474, South Brisbane Qld 4101
f: 1300 407 281
Professor Roy Kimble MBChB, FRCSP, FRACS
Dr Stewart Bade MBBS, FRACS (Plast)
Dr Hannah Burns BSc MBBS FRACS
Dr Romi Das Gupta MBBS, FRACS, RACS BSR, IPEG, ANZAPS, SIOP/IPSO, AMAQ
Dr Michael Guandalini B Phty, MBBS, FRANZCR
Prof John Pearn MBBS (Honours1), MD, PhD, DCH, RCPL, RACP, RCPE, ACTM, RCPSG
Dr Yun Phua MBChB, FRACS (Plast)
Dr Mark Walsh